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Jul  2015 08
Dr. Joe Bessler, the Robert Travis Peake Professor of Theology and Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Assessment, reflects on Looking Forward as he begins a semester long sabbatical. He also reflects on 2 Corinthians 12: 7b-10 and Mark 6: 1-6. This is part II of his reflection.
Jul  2015 06
Dr. Joe Bessler, the Robert Travis Peake Professor of Theology and Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Assessment, reflects on Looking Forward as he begins a semester long sabbatical. He also reflects on 2 Corinthians 12: 7b-10 and Mark 6: 1-6. This is part I of his reflection.
Mar  2015 10
Bessler initially recites a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins. Bessler also shares a story about four-legged companions, including his own cat named Picasso. He then reflects on Matthew 4: 1-11.
Dec  2014 23
Dr. Joe Bessler, the Robert Travis Peake Professor of Theology at Phillips, calls people to listen to the joy and frustration of Advent texts in order to rediscover the hope and justice present in Christmas.
Oct  2014 31
Dr. Joseph A. Bessler, the Robert Travis Peake Professor of Theology at Phillips, shares how engaging in difficult faith conversations can help Christians understand and be open to new aspects of faith.
May  2014 13
In a response to Acts 7:55-60, Dr. Joseph Bessler shares about the impact of cultural mythology on both the present and the emergent church.
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